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Tenure: Freehold

Situated within its own mature private woodland style gardens, Middlefield House is the most delightful detached cottage thought to have it's origins dating back to 1840. Over the past three years the current owners have sympathetically refurbished and updated the interior in keeping with its character whilst retaining many original features including beamed ceilings, ornate windows, stripped wood floors and beautiful fire places.

The charming accommodation includes:- an impressive Reception Hall and staircase with a second galleried Landing serving two reception rooms both meeting in the Kitchen. The charming Sitting Room with it's Georgian grate and dual aspect windows provides a lovely room for unwinding whilst the Dining Room is excellent for entertaining with a Yorkstone fire place, beamed ceiling and deep alcove.

Undoubtedly the farmhouse style Kitchen forms the main hub of the home extending to 18'4 fitted with a custom range of cream cabinets, free standing dressers and space for a dining table. A composite stone floor continues through into a wonderful Garden Room which has been insulated to enjoy the views onto the gardens with a French door and a signature cartwheel inserted in the brick work. Beyond, the Utility Room provides a valuable area with a high vaulted beamed ceiling and Cloakroom with w.c.

On the first floor there are three double Bedrooms each with their own charm and character, enjoying dual aspect views some with wooden strip floors. The elegant spacious Family Bathroom complete with a roll edge bath, w.c, wash hand basin and large walk in shower cubicle.

Outside there is a large double barn providing storage whilst a generous stone gravel driveway provides plenty of off road parking to one side. The front gardens have been designed in a cottage theme with clipped hedging, central pathway and shrub borders. In the Agents opinion, the rear garden forms another main attraction enjoying its own woodland style mature garden with split level patios, meandering pathways and shaped lawns. The gardens have been designed for ease of maintenance and also feature a log store, greenhouse and shed. Close bordered fencing ensures privacy for the present owners whilst mature conifers provide the perfect backdrop.

Great Coates is a popular village providing easy access onto the M180 motorway network and has it's own train station and bus route into the town centre. All in all this is most charming individual family home which must be viewed at your earliest convenience. EPC Rating - E

With an exterior light and a part glazed original front door.

With a central staircase to the first floor and reception rooms leading off.

SITTING ROOM 4.32m (14'2") x 3.48m (11'5")
A cosy room featuring dual aspect single glazed ornate windows to the front and side and featuring a central twin columned fire surround with Georgian open grate set on a raised marble hearth. The room is decorated in white wash colour schemes with coving to the ceiling and a radiator.

DINING ROOM 4.34m (14'3") x 3.45m (11'4") widening to 4.50m (
14'9") into alcove
An excellent entertaining room featuring the original supporting beamed ceiling and a Yorkstone fire place with an open fire. The room has a slight tudor style influence, decorative beams and textured walls. It has a useful recess under the stairs (ideal for a study alcove) and an ornate window to the front elevation.

KITCHEN 5.59m (18'4") x 3.45m (11'4")
A wonderful farmhouse style kitchen fitted with a custom range of shaker style units in a soft cream finish. Solid butcher block style worksurfaces incorporate a deep style butler style sink with swan neck mixer taps and matching upstands. The kitchen has been designed to incorporate a range style cooker and there is a matching dresser display unit and further pantry cupboard. It has a lovely stone composite floor with space for dining table and chairs, radiator and dual aspect ornate windows. It has decorative beamed ceilings to add to the cottage effect and a further glazed door leading onto the rear garden.

GARDEN ROOM 3.61m (11'10") x 3.48m (11'5")
An excellent addition to the property providing a relaxing room overlooking the garden. It has the original exposed brick wall with a built in cart wheel dating back to its origins. The room has a matching composite stone floor and the walls and ceilings have been insulated to add extra comfort. Large double glazed picture windows provide views onto the garden whilst a further side door provides access.

UTILITY ROOM 2.74m (9'0") x 2.16m (7'1")
Another eye catching feature to the property with custom built units, butler style sink and solid worktops providing plenty of extra storage with exposed brick walls and open beamed ceilings. It has a wall mounted Ideal combination central heating boiler, composite stone floor and glazed side window.

With a low flush w.c and pedestal wash hand basin.

With a second gallery viewing area with ornate front window. There is access to the loft space.

BEDROOM ONE 4.34m (14'3") x 3.43m (11'3")
A good size double bedroom with a cam shaped ceiling, pedestal wash hand basin with tile splash, a radiator and two ornate single glazed windows. A further door leads onto the balcony overlooking the stairwell.

BEDROOM TWO 4.34m (14'3") x 3.48m (11'5")
Another good size double bedroom with a strip wood floor, original cast iron fireplace, cam shaped ceiling, radiator and dual aspect ornate windows.

BEDROOM THREE 3.45m (11'4") x 3.07m (10'1")
A good size third bedroom accommodating a double bed with strip wood flooring, cast iron and corner fireplace, radiator and dual aspect ornate single glazed windows.

FAMILY BATHROOM 3.48m (11'5") x 2.39m (7'10")
A large family bathroom with white quality suite featuring a roll edge slipper style panel bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, close coupled w.c, pedestal wash hand basin and large walk in shower cubicle with fixed head unit. It has tongue and grove panelling to dado height, laminate wood effect floor, chrome combination towel rail and radiator and a single glazed side ornate window.

A large detached timber stable divided in two each measuring 3.66m (12'0") x 3.56m (11'8") with split opening stable doors.

The property stands on a large plot featuring a cottage style garden to the front with a central paved pathway with shaped hedging, lawns and well stocked flower borders. The generous stone gravel driveway provides plenty of off road parking for several vehicles and has some mature pine trees, shrubs and fencing to the perimeters. A side gate leads into an enclosed rear garden with a large patio and steps leading onto a pleasant sitting area and further small retaining walls encompass specimen flower beds and mature trees ensure a woodland style garden. It has a useful purpose built log store, green house, shed and gardens are well enclosed with close bordered fencing whilst mature conifers ensure privacy from the neighbouring properties.

Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected.

Comprises radiators as detailed above connected to the Ideal Esprit Eco combination central heating boiler located in the Utility Room.

The majority of the windows are single glazed with ornate frames whilst the garden room has been replaced with double glazed sealed unit windows.

North East Lincolnshire Council.

Our enquiries of the Local Authority indicate the property to be in Council Tax Band C.

Freehold - subject to Solicitors verification.

By appointment through the Agents on Grimsby 311000.

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Added on Rightmove:
21 June 2016


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